Q10E: REASON FOR DIFFERENT VERDICTS: RACIAL DEMOGRAPHICS OF THE JURY
I'm going to name some things that were different in Simpson's first trial on criminal charges and his second trial on civil charges. Please tell me if you think that's a major or minor reason the verdicts in each trial were different. Most of the jurors in the first trial were Black. Most of the jurors in the second trial were White. Do you think that was a major reason or a minor reason the verdicts were different, or what?
|3||(VOL) NOT A REASON||34||5.1%|
Based upon 633 valid cases out of 663 total cases.
- mean: 1.50
- median: 1.00
- mode: 1.00
- minimum: 1
- maximum: 3
- standard deviation: 0.60
Location: 48-48 (width: 1; decimal: 0)
Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: 8 , 9
Source: This variable was taken from: ABC News O.J. Simpson Jury Poll, February 1997.
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